+1000 impacted people
How does it work?
Registration of your interests and conditions through scientific evaluations.
The platform recommends activities adapted to you and based on the results of the assessment.
Access the platform's calendar to manage your activities and the video content library.
At the end of each session, record how you felt and share with the user community.
Diversity of adapted activities
We provide unlimited access to +2000 physical and cognitive activity exercises adapted to each person, with different intensities.
Supported by science
Our team of advisors and experts ensures that each movement suits each person with the right purpose.
The Actif platform is compatible with several devices with Internet access, such as Smart TV, Tablet, Computer or Smartphone. You can exercise anywhere, anytime and whenever you want.
Easy and engaging format
Our platform is easy to use and through videos you can do your exercises, like a television program. Feel involved with the community.
"I've been exploring with my residents and it's definitely a very useful tool! Intuitive, simple and that allows you to break the routine of our seniors, who like to see new faces enter their house!"
"Excellent work, explores multidisciplinary activities of interest to the elderly population, promotes active aging and helps to delay cognitive, physical/motor losses, favors socialization, increases the self-esteem of institutionalized users or users at home. It allows moments of joy and overcoming difficulties."
"These contents have been very good, they really enjoy doing the activities"
"Actif allows bringing a diversity of activities, which would otherwise be very difficult, and allows incorporating customer feedback, allowing a constant adaptation of activities to the needs of each customer."
"This platform is also an excellent management tool, allowing you to keep a record of all the activities carried out in the institution."
"This platform helps us in the preparation of activities, reducing time and allowing us to have more quality time for our users."
"Everyday more people join the activities, we've seen a great progress in attendance rates to the activities due to the platform"
"Outstanding, a note of 10, what the platform is, what the activities are, what it is as a whole"
"I think the dual task is great for the mind, it makes us stimulated"
"Interesting, with a future, accessible, useful for everyday use."
"I like this more than watching TV and other things"
"I found the activity you call dual... extraordinary, simple, concise, it forces you to think... a delight, the best development"
"The scrambled letters activities is the one I like more (...) it is one of the things that I have noticed that I am losing"
"I loved the fitness activities."
See for yourself!
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